A Freshman's Guide to Surviving Bioterrorism

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iUniverse, 2004 - Fiction - 176 pages
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Freshman year of college: the time when most people experience the highest highs and most insidious lows of their life. Each day is full of defining moments that shape who you become, and every night can bring either loneliness or promise. This is especially true for Ferris Novak--a first-year student with an undiagnosed anxiety disorder and a lot on his mind. While trying to navigate the typical freshman fare of flirtatious girls, unintelligible professors, and bizarre roommates, he learns that terrorists have unleashed an apocalyptic threat. "A Freshman's Guide to Surviving Bioterrorism" is the account of a young man struggling to enjoy life in the face of unpredictable friends, irrational fear, and deadly consequence.

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